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2015 Gun Rights Policy Conference - Phoenix

azcdlfred

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Great News! The Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) will once again be held in Arizona.

The 30th Annual GRPC will be held in Phoenix, September 25-27, at the Sheraton Crescent Hotel.

We encourage everyone to attend. Admission is FREE.

GRPC will start with an evening reception on Friday, September 25, and run through mid-day on September 27. The bulk of the activity and forums will be on Saturday, September 26, and also includes an evening reception.

GRPC is your chance to network, get an insider look, and consider pro-rights strategies for the coming year. This conference allows you a first-hand chance to hear movement leaders and make your voice heard.

This year the topics are expected to include city gun bans, "smart guns”, concealed carry, federal legislation, legal actions, gun show regulation, and state and local activity, along with a preview of the 2016 elections, state initiative battles and court cases.

The full roster of GRPC 2015 speakers has not yet been set. Past speakers have included: Alan Gottlieb, Joseph Tartaro, Alan Gura, Tom Gresham, Larry Elder, John Lott, Eugene Volokh, Sandy Froman, Massad Ayoob, Mark Walters, Emily Miller, Bob Barr, Rick Patterson, Gene Hoffman, Tim Schmidt, John Lott and many others. Updates and registration can be found at the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) websites.

For those traveling to Phoenix, a special discount hotel rate is available.

AzCDL will have a table at the GRPC.

Fred
 

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Rusty Young Man

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Great News! The Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) will once again be held in Arizona.

The 30th Annual GRPC will be held in Phoenix, September 25-27, at the Sheraton Crescent Hotel.

We encourage everyone to attend. Admission is FREE.

GRPC will start with an evening reception on Friday, September 25, and run through mid-day on September 27. The bulk of the activity and forums will be on Saturday, September 26, and also includes an evening reception.

GRPC is your chance to network, get an insider look, and consider pro-rights strategies for the coming year. This conference allows you a first-hand chance to hear movement leaders and make your voice heard.

This year the topics are expected to include city gun bans, "smart guns”, concealed carry, federal legislation, legal actions, gun show regulation, and state and local activity, along with a preview of the 2016 elections, state initiative battles and court cases.

The full roster of GRPC 2015 speakers has not yet been set. Past speakers have included: Alan Gottlieb, Joseph Tartaro, Alan Gura, Tom Gresham, Larry Elder, John Lott, Eugene Volokh, Sandy Froman, Massad Ayoob, Mark Walters, Emily Miller, Bob Barr, Rick Patterson, Gene Hoffman, Tim Schmidt, John Lott and many others. Updates and registration can be found at the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) websites.

For those traveling to Phoenix, a special discount hotel rate is available.

AzCDL will have a table at the GRPC.

Fred

If I can get away to make this, I will. It sounds like it could be a nice opportunity to see what other organizations are thinking of doing to meet the Bloomberg-funded AstroTurf organizations.
 
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